Why is HBO perpetuating the myths of masculinity and black male virility on “The Night Of”? Or is this all leading to something greater than a portrait of cliches?
Films can be a great teaching tool. Kip Robisch picks a dozen on journalism.
Steven LaFond on coming to terms with white privilege — which gives him the ability to reinvent himself whenever he wants.
Derek Bardowell takes to London’s streets in an attempt to lose himself, and finds subtly pervasive racism – hidden in the cracks and people’s attitudes.
Damon Young re-examines everything he thought he knew about platonic friendships between men and women.
Josh Bowman writes about many of the lessons he has learned from watching David Simon’s masterpiece, The Wire.
The Good Feed Blog Editors want to know which actor plays opposite his/her sexual preference the best.
Damon Young explains that when it comes to meeting women, coolness is more important than swagger, and actor Idris Elba is the perfect embodiment of how to make that work for you.
What does it mean to be a man? No one really knows, but it makes for some damn good television.
A summary of news items from our webcast It’s Komplicated on the Geekweek Network.
Kevin Durant is Woody and Russell Westbrook is Buzz Lightyear.
“The things that take the most work—pulling something of depth out of yourself—are the most valuable.”
Foul language isn’t used to develop character. It’s dropped in to remind viewers that they’re privileged to be watching cable TV.
It was only a matter of time before Mad Men seeped into academia. Now UC Berkeley offers a course on the already iconic 1960s-set show.